A Wonderful Event – The CCEA’S 81st Annual Meeting

A full house of canyon neighbors gathered at the beautiful new CCCC Clubhouse to hear Glendale Fire Chief Gregory Fish detail wildfire protection and survival.  Tom Lorenz, Glendale Director of Communications, jumped in with emergency contact information.  It was an evening of lifesaving tips.  Whether one attended or not, sign up for Glendale emergency notifications below.  But first, enjoy a few pictures from the meeting.  Click on the upper right arrows to see full-sized photos!

Links for Chevy Chase Canyon residents.

Some of these are fun, some are informational, some will keep you abreast of the latest news and gossip, and some might save your life.

UsefulLinks

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EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION sign up.  (Highly recommended)

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@MyGlendale

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THE MEGA LIST – From The City of Glendale, go here to sign up for city news, planning report updates. 

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THE CHEVY CHASE ESTATES ASSOCIATION NEWS AND ALERTS are emails sent free to canyon residents with neighborhood news, events, and alerts.  Up to date info on library fun events, crime, and raging wildfires. 

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NEXTDOOR.COM is a neighborhood bulletin board where folks can post crime updates, take part in canyon discussions, let people know about canyon events, or even sell household items.

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CCEA FACEBOOK PAGE features canyon news, CCEA updates, and occasional Glendale history posts.

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NEIGHBORS OF CHEVY CHASE, a place on Facebook for… neighbors of Chevy Chase Canyon to get together. 

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CRIMEMAPPING.COM is a free service where one can sign up and if there is a crime in the area emails will be sent detailing the type of crime, the date and time, and where it occurred plotted on a map.



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